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T r t I 1 0 c tfr i KENTUCKY IR1SIIp VOLUME XXVII NO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS II VICTORY For the Democratic Party Inc Kentucky Now Seems Certain News From Front That Inspires Every DemocraticHeart Chairman McGrath Has Per bet Organization in Everye Precinct REPUBLICANS BEAT FflE BUSHES The air Is vibrant with victory for the entire Democratic ticket It Is borne on every breeze It fills the sails of the old party ship and sweeps Iie over the waves to the harbor of success The assurance that we will win In November finds an answering message in every glad Democratic countenance There Is no doubt or despondency anywhere From every a quarter of the State comes tho cry Alls wells Now that the cam paign is drawing to a close it isncomforting to find the conditions so satisfactory The Democratic Com mittee through its Chairmen R H Vansant and Prank McGrath tells the party that the organization coy ers every precinct that it is earnest active and faithful that no sound of dissension Js heard that a re united Democracy Is marching In solid ranks behind McCreary Mc Dermott Ollie Jdmes and their party associates that the old Kentucky home Is certain to be redeemed from Republican misrule Those who have borne the burden of the fight In the field bring tidings of great Joy They have spoken to thousands and have carried into every home the truths that have made the Democracy endure They have preached the gospel of reform to whlcJI Qov McCreary and his as ilates are committed and whose Hges they will sacredly keep They piled mountain high the In les of the Republican party In i fctate and nation until its de fers lie crushed beneath then These party evangels share Ijpnfldence which has set the rank aid IIrd1Th emhuSlasm They have seen victory mirrored iti the upturned races of their llowaDemocrats they have seen faction disappear in an unselfish desire to promote the Democratic cause they have seen former party leaders and the thousands who followed them Into other camps back In line eager to lend every assistance in their power to save Kentucky With these evidences of success visible on every side Is it any wonder that they have brought from the front news that In spires every Democratic heart There Is no posslbllty of defeat if Demo crats only do their duty They must not let overconfidence keep them from tho polls Every vote is needed If only yourself and four of your neighbors stay at home and a sim ilar number of other careless DenT crats do the same In every precinct It will make a difference of 10000 votes You can not afford to take any chanceseRepublicans are beating thetbushes In the Eleventh district Judge ORear is personally walking the mountain paths and is urging the halt the lame and the blind to come to the polls He is begging them to bring their neighbors from the head of the creek that It all depends on the Eleventh district and that nothing less than 30000 majority will satisfy him The Re publicans are resourceful and des perate Defeat In November will make Kentucky Democratic for the next quarter of a century and they will leave no stone unturned to pre vent Jt Every Democratic hope In State and nation depends upon the result in November 0 s one hour to your party on NbflSber 7 and victory is certain ahIn le the men nominated a ticket worthy the con fidence of every voter each man on It being representative of Louis vllles business interests Their election is a guarantee that the citys interest shall be in every way advanced and those of the taxpayers and other citizens properly guarded and protected The truth ot this lies In the fact that the Republicans have made no nominations for these of therefQre the polls But in this the have everyDemocrat yTheU Louis ville will prove the wonderful strength and Improvement of the local Democratic organization In the Fortyfifth district which is the First ward Charles W Knight FortyIlxtl end and Third wards Adam Spahn will have easy galling in the Forty seventh district composed afthe Chairmanjohnr ortyelghthWlitclt1 I ward Peter Lee Atherton will wi terlIlaTwhm i compdMd Of the Kighth ad fothe the present member of that dlltrlct whom Senator Bradley backed fee af plane ontheticketinspite of ORear the Post seems due to meet bli terloo ae alll indications point to Ie Wry for William A Perry tita 1 1II Democratic candidate William T c McNally the Democratic candidate will poll a majority of the white rote in the Fiftieth which Is a big negro district being the Tenth I ward but will hardIly be able to I defeat Emanuel Meyer the Republi an who is especially favored by having the opposition of the Evening Post In the Fiftyfirst district the Elevnth and Twelfth wards big Sam Robertson is already In his race being a cake walk Complete returns will be given at the Demo cratic headquarters Third and Jef ferson Tuesday night The head quarters are in charge of Charles L Barker who has made a hit with the local Democrats during the present campaign being praised on all tildesI for his generaletf1cIencyI i MOURNED Rudolph J Herrmann IsI Called to EternalIRest Rudolph J Herrmann the seven teenyearold son of Michael Herr mann French Consul here died Wednesday at noon at his home 1336 Hepburn avenue after a six months illness ol stomach trouble Throughout the entire city the sad news was received with expressions of profound sorrow as the boy was favorite among his wide circle of friends and acquaintances and up to the hour of the funeral there was o cessation in the otters of sym pathy and messages of condolence for the bereaved family Young Herrmanns health began to fall last April and with his twin brother Joe who also began to fall In health at the same time he was advised to go to the Adirondack mountains as It was thought that the two brothers were suffering from pulmonary trouble Their mother went with them to the mountains but after they had been there two weeks the physician advised that Rudolph be taken to New York to be treated for stomach and bowel trouble Deriving no benefit from the change he re turned hqme last May leaving his brother In the mountains Despite all that skill and loving care could do he continued to fall until called to his eternal rest Besides his parents Mr and Mrs Michael Herrmann who are among the bout known and most highly re spected people In this city Rudolph Is survived by five brothers and two RaymondRInn Toe who is In the Adirondack mountains andAlbert W Richard and Louis who are associated with their father In business The sisters re Miss Lydia and Miss Marie Louise Herrmann The funeral was held yesterday morning and was the largest that ever took place from Holy Trinity churc- hTRINITY COUNCIL Its Evening Classes Meeting With Marked Favor Trinity Council Y M I held a largely attended and enthusiastic meeting Monday night at which a special feature was the address on Salesmanship delivered by Rudolph Skrobanelc of the Robinson Norton Dry Goods Company which Instructive as well as Inter sting This feature will be con at intervals during the winter months through the efforts of President Vic 1C Ecker Edward Kelty Chairman of the Educational Committee reported that the book keeping class was making satisfac tory progress and stated that an other class in telegraphy would be started In the near future The knowledge imparted by these classes will prove of much benefit to the members many of whom have no other opportunity of acquiring such education A communication from Borden Ind brought the welcome news that Frank Neider who had been ill there was convalescent and on the road to speedy recovery The Library Committee announced that four additional weekly and monthly magazines had been subscribed for and that new books worebelng con stantly added to the number on file Trinity has of late shown quite an active spirit which alms at an Increase of at least a hundred members during the coming winter REQUEST REMOVAL A committee of three members of St Helens Commercial Club headed by the Rev Father Pfeiffer pastor of St Helens church called upon Mayor Head this week and protested against the present location ot the Eruptive Hospital which is proving- a detriment to the rapidly growing community of St Helens Mayor Head assured the committee that he would take the matter up with the City Health department and will personally consider the suggestion The Eruptive Hospital te located mid way between the Home for the Aged and Infirm and Taylor boulevard and has been the cause of many complaints from the residents on the Eighteenth gtreet road TRAMPS BUILD CHURCH Trampse just plain tramp did s constructnIng the Chapel of 8t Francis 71hICh- FranclacanfrJarJ recently dedicated in NeWjYork City Thousands of tbre woriiii of the friars bate provedl tawoiMflre worthy disciples ofI Christopher the walking salst rrhefitet money contributed towardI the erection ot the f6t Franc frI ichapel was by three Protestants ot raymoor who each gave U tadt O Y r 4b rit I only UOO was in the treasury when work was begun The masons quarrymen mortar mixers stone and water carriers have all been tramps but they have labored as zealously as though they were receiving the larg est pay anywhere for their skilled or unskilled labor C K AND L OF A Supreme President Leon ards Visit Enthuses Members 1 The reception which was given Supreme President Prank P Leon ard ot the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America last Friday even Ing at IBertrand Hall by the Central Committee promises to bring early fruit to the order locally as Presi dent Leonard was received with much enthusiasm and was In structive to the many present The meeting was presided over by An drew Jackson Kast President of the Central Committee and short ad dresses were made by Patrick Holley Daniel Cunlff District Deputy J J Score and others Sacred Heart Branch No 111 en tertained at its last regular meeting with a social for its members and visitors among whom were Presi dent A J Kast of the Central Committee and District Deputy J J Score who complimented the branch highly on the splendid progress they were making and paid a nice tribute to the present officers who are Miss Mary E Nolan President Mrs M Mooney Vice President Miss Alice Morgan Recording Secretary Miss Katie Henley Financial Secretary and Mrs B J Flynn Treasurer S J McElllott Inspector of Sacred Heart branch delivered a short address on the benefits of unity which wag well received and will serve as an incentive to greater things by the members of the branch Ice cream and cake were served by the branch Entertainment Committee HONOR PRIEST Monument to Father Kelly Dedicated at New Albany A monument erected in Holy TrIn- Ity cemetery to the memory of the Rev John B Kelly for nearly a quarter of a century rector of Holy Trinity Catholic church in New Al bany was dedicated last Sunday afternoon with impressive Cere monies wlththe All Souls day service of the congregation The service was In charge of the Rev Charles Cur ran rector of Holy Trinity church and the Rev Father Gaffney ot Louisville a member of the Dominican order delivered the sermon St Edwards Commandery Knightn of St John participated in the exer cises The monument is a neat shaft of Vermont granite nineteen foot high and mounted on a solid granite base six feet square It is sur mounted by a cross A marker of the granite is at the foot of the grave On the eastern face of the monument is the inscription Rev John B Kelly a native of Ireland born June 23 1841 died April 28 1905 ordained to the priesthood September G 1874 rector of Holy Trinity church New Albany Indiana 24 years Requiescat In Pace JEFFERSONVILLK Monday evening the ReV John OConnell pastor of St Augustines Catholic church In Jetfersonville officiated at the marriage of Eugene Constantine and Miss Flnetta C Martin the ceremony being per formed In the rectory of the church In the presence of a gathering of relatives and friends The at tendants werd Miss Zivola Young of Jeffersonville and Louis Harbison of New Albany Following the marriage a reception was held at the home of the bride 810 Spring street Mr Constantine is a boiler maker and a son of Mrs Mary Con stantine Walnut street The bride La a popular young women and Isa daughter of Mr and Mrs Matt Martin FEDERATION The semimonthly meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies will take place Thursday night in the rooms of the Catholic Womans Club on Walnut street near Sixth Recently much interest has been awakened in the work of the Fed eration and a marked Increase has been noticed in the number of dele gates attending the jneetlngs The fact that this body was instrumental i in bringing to Louisville next years national convention of the American supportofthe city as well as the public at large This and other matters will be brought forward and therefore It is hoped by the officers that none will fall to answer when their name Is called ANNIVERSARY St Patricks branch of the Oath olio Knights and Ladles of America the second to be organized loDe of the largest in the country will celebrate its twentyfirst anniversary Wednesday night at Robinson Hall- Seventeenth and Main streets with a reception and reunion to which members of all branches in the Falls CItiee are cordially invited A com raltteev composed of Patrick Holley James Coleman Themes Keenan Alexander Burke Joeeph Yetter John tC Rlleyj Mri ilariaret idler alit i Mary EBberidanaadAlWK ati rp Corcoran her been buoy for lent e time preparing an Interesting prdk Rrmmein J st AMERICANS Who Will Become Princes ot Qburcl1ThlsMontlt I j Red Hat For Archbishops Far ley and Oijjoniioll and Mgr Falconio Will Leavdfcfext Week For Con sistor o Be Hold i- nImo CATHOLICS ARE MUCH REJOICED 1 Of special but pleasing interest toj Americans was th Intelligence received last Sunday from Rome stat- Ing that at a consistory to be held November 2730 Archbishop John M Farley of New York Archbishop William H OConnell of Boston and Apostolic Delegate Falconlo with fourteen other prelates would be created Cardinals The last consistory was held in December 1907 foul Cardinals be ing appointed at that time Since then many vacancies have occurred in the Sacred College by death and now there are twentytwo seats of the total ot seventy unfilled Since 1907 the intention to hold a con- sIstory has been announced from time to time and on each occasion the convocation has been postponed for various causes The question of the appointment of another Ameri can Cardinal has been under discus ArchbishopFarleyArchbishop Quigley of Chicago be ing mentioned But on one occasion It was stated that the Pope adhered to his opinion that the United States should have not more than one Car dinal during the flife of Cardinal Gibbons The coming consistory will be the fifth held by PopeHPus X On the death of Leo XIII there were sixty four Cardinals In the last eight years Pope Plus his created seven teen new Cardinaleof whom two have died Thirty Jof the Cardinals who took part in the election of Cardinal Sartq AsVPi pValsp have iPopePlus1903 Its chief purpose was the raising to the Cardinalate of Mon signor Merry del Val in order that the Papal Secretary of State could bear the full title of his position The second consistory was held on December 11 1905 the third on April 16 1907 and the fourth and latest on December 16 In the same yearThe selection of the new Cardinals Is the subject of Interesting com ment owing chiefly to the recog nition the United States has received Three red hats have ben granted to the United States which gradually will become a kind of acquired right for the American episcopacy Monsignor Falconlo Is an American cit- Izen and with Cardinal Gibbons and Archbishops Farley and OConnell will bring the number of American prelates in the Sacred College up to fourThe elevation of Archbishop Far ley has caused a generally excellent Impression as besides his eminent qualities he Is head of one of the most Important Catholic centers of the world Archbishop OConnell who Is very popular In Rome Is the youngest of the new Cardinals It Is stated that soon the American Cardinals will be further increased so as to give the West a represnta live in the highest councils of the churchMonsignor Dlomede Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate to the United States and Archbishops OConnell of Boston and Farley of New York official notice of whose selection as additions to the College of Cardinals was received Monday probably will sail for Rome not later than Novem ber 10 Monsignor Falconlo re ceived his summons to attend the consistory at Rome November 27 He does not expect to return to America as his position will be advisory to the Pope The Rev Bonaventure Cerretti the auditor of the Papal delegation will act as Charge dAf talres until the appointment of an ablegate to succeed Monsignor Fal conio Many telegrams of congratulations from the Catholic clergy and laity anti other friends in this country and Canada and In Europe have reached the newly selected members of the College of Cardinals Monsignor Falconio said he hoped to sail by the date mentioned He expressed his appreciation of the peoplesincehave become greatly attached to the American people because 1 am an American said he My work In Washington as representative of the Vatican has been most pleasant X lleave here with many regrets but must obey the call to other lelds AFTER MANY YEARS The funeral of Sister Mary Mar garet Allgelr who died at the Unullne Convent 806 East Chestnut J1edlTuewith a solemnl high mare of Sister Mary Margaret TequleJQI rlIllpuo11 habit November 4 1861 sad prepamtionefor the celebration of Aw 101denjjubilee were being made With awaifcer aiiiter Mother JTorencej ells bad DMdtb e le bratlon et thee coavetrt Sister bierJMargaret was token ill three week Q 4 fir ago suffering from catarrhal pneu I monia Her advanced age combined Jto mako those arranging the pro gramme for the jubilee doubtful regarding her ability to be present I but she believed she would be able to attend ENTHUSIASTIC Reception Accorded Judge Boldrick Monday Night An enthusiastic reception was ac corded Judgo Sam Boldrick at nightevery pied The fact that Judge Boldrick was to address the council brought the members out in full force and his every utterance was given the closest attention His address contained much timely and good advice to young men and his approval of the work of Mackln Council was ap preciatedPresident Sam Robertson presided and urged his hearers to remember the initiation set for Sunday November 12 calling upon each to secure at least one candidate Announce ment was made that the three degrees would be conferred by a spe cial team A number of clergymen have been invited to be present and at the conclusion of the ceremonies a luncheon will be served On the following evening there will be a dance and euchre for the members of Mackin and their lady friends in honor of the new class initiated Cards are being issued for this affair for which there will benocharges The members arranging for the two events are Messrs George J Lautz Dr J A Casper Robert T Burke L Sherley Cunlff Fred Schuler Charles Raldy and Edward DillonAnnouncement of the death ot meetingto paytheirory and offer prayers for the repose of his soul DISCUSSED Irish Financial Question Is Now Before the Cabinet The Irish home rule scheme which has been under secret prepara tion for dome time was discussed csd4ibytbo QabinottttIB be lieved for the first time The financial features of the scheme are attracting the attention of all par ties The theory has been current that the Imperial Parliament will be asked to launch the Irish Govern ment with a subsidy estimated at from 75000000 to 150000000 An alternative suggested In place of a lump grant is that the Government maintain some item of Irish expense Old age pensions are principally mentioned The best opinion is that the Imperial Parliament will keep control of Irish customs and excise thus insuring a general system for the United Kingdom and preventing Ireland from raising a protective wall against England as the largest colonies have done- BROTHER CHARLES Brother Charles Director of the Xaverlan Brothers school at Rich mond Va died at the Memorial Hos pital there last week after a brief Illness He was born in Ireland and was fortyfive years of age Isle normal training was received at Mount St Josephs College in Mary land Brother Charles taught for several years in St Patricks school Louisville and also at St Johns school Worcester Mass His spe cialty was training altar boys The death of the late Bishop Van Do Vyver caused Brother Charles much grief and his condition grew worse after the noted prelate passed away The body was buried in Baltimore Saturday SURPRISED Miss Clara Hulskamp was given a most delightful surprise party on Thursday of last week After tho company entered the house a vocal and musical programme was followed by dancing The occasion was greatly enjoyed by all present among whom were Misses Marina Wlmberg Rosa Otte Josephine Oer tel Agnes Wimberg Clara Huls kamp Cecilia Morthorst Johanna Wlmberg Agnes MoDonogh Emma Hostel Katherine Morthorst Rlky Stoltz Mary Hlnkel Mrs Huls kamp and Messrs William McDon bgh Bernard llorthorst Lawrence McDermott Albert Hulskamp John RIttman Victor Ecker Frank HerteJ Anthony Wlmberg Fred Stoltz John Hertel Dr John Hulskamp George Denkler Joe Otte W Goda and Louis Wllberding ACADEMY RETREAT A spiritual retreat for the Sisters PresentationAcademy will open November 15 and continue three days It will be conducted by Rev Father W T Klnsella of Boston Mass a learned and eloquent member of the Jesuit order MISSION HAPPENING At a by Paullst Father quite an rectmlslonglven ned He was mls slow la Detroit diocese wse ekecl through the Ttaueitlon lVox How l1IumoDeosatto1lcIparWb looktneg rJ I s 4 t around the church for the smallest boy ho could find asked the little follow to stand up In his place Lithe boy said the priest will you answer this question for all the non Catholics who are present How much money do Catholics pay to have their sins forgiven The little boy somewhat nervous and embar named for a minute shouted out so everyone could hear him You dont have to pay angthing confes sion is free But you have to be sorry I Father Welsh made the boys answer an occasion for telling his hearers that even the smallest Catholic child knows more than the adults outside of the church who get their Information from books written by men who lie and malign the Catholic church JOYFUL Sentiments of Cardinal to Children at Close of Jubilee One of the most touching events connected with Cardinal Gibbons dual jubilee was the token of affec tion offered by the 6000 children of the parochial schools at the Cathe dral It was as the Cardinal himself said the crowning feature of all the honors that have been re cently showered upon hima demon stration which in its childlike slm pllcty stamped Itself indelibly upon his memory The Cardinal was pleased he was touched visibly and deeply He showed that when with glowing face and glistening eye ho looked around the vast church and saw on every hand the young mem bers of his flock from all parts of the olty and suburbs to whom he saidI am overwhelmed with Joy at such a beautiful spectacle The jubilee with all its grandeur with all its splendor with all its music with all Its processions would not have boon complete without your presence here today This is the crowning feature of all the cere monies that have taken place I am proud to be with you I am proud to receive your testimonials of affec tion shaped in your hymns of praise and your glowing countenances It is the pride of my heart to see before me 6000 or GODO children who will be the future leaders of our city and State the hope of our church and country You constitute living evidences of the value of a Catholic education and the Importance of religious educationthe cul tivation of the heart as well as the mind Your Innocent Japes are but the iTansIJayent expressronltof9ntt cent hearts I would ask you In conclusion to pray for me for all yourteachers authorltleqthat dom and win in the end the eternal friendship of God DANGERS That Confront the Catho lic Missionaries In China So difficult is it to obtain reliable information that it is impossible to foretell the outcome of the Chinese revolution but the following from the Society for the Propagation of the Faith will give our readers an Idea of the situation The unpopularity of the Mandchu dynasty is evidently the reason of the revolution The revolutionary leaders in China will certainly exert all their influence to prevent a massacre of missionaries lest the Christian nations take a hand in this war and thwart their plans But the feeling against the white devils is very intense among the pagans in China and many bands of profes sional highwaymen in an outburst of hatred prompted by prospects of looting may destroy with fire and sword our many Catholic villages The Imperial troops will not be at hand to protect them and the revo lutionary army will be engaged elsewhere in a war of conquest Our apostles will not swarm to the con sulates and return from the Interior to the seaport towns they will not abandon their fold In this dangerous hour for in their veins courses the blood of martyrs and they would willingly shed It for their flock and In their midst- MONSTER NAVAL DISPLAY When the mists lifted off the waters of the Hudson Thursday morning there was disclosed to view a gray line of fighting ships extend ing seven miles up the ylvorfromWest FIfty seventh street to Spuyten Duyvll Jt was the Atlantic fleet of 102 ships of all classes with more than 30000 sailors and marines and 1700 officers and constituted the greatest naval display over witnessed about New York The fleet was reviewed by President Taft and other high officials and then passed out to sea LAID TO REST The body of Mrs Minnie Levllle Jacques wife ot John F Jacques President of the brokerage firm of J F Jacques Co of Chicago who died Monday following an operation for appendicitis arrived here Wednesday and was taken to the home ot Mrs Charles Molr a sister ot Mr Jacques at 231 West Shipp street She was a native of Louis villa and moved to Chicago with her huBband several years ago Her hue bond two children iliee Minnie Jacques and Louis lacquer And a brother Hey Ifeville Columbus OhIO nrriv her The interment rnr Id Gave Hill 4pntlt ry t nu- tS 1 iv r OUTUNDt Provisions ol Homo Rule Bill For Government ot Ireland Dublin Will Have a Parliament ot Two Elective arhousesu And the tinted Royal Irish Con stabulary Will Have to Go e WILL CONTROL IRISH AFFAIRS t The New York Worlds London correspondent cabled that paper that the home rule campaign Is now fairly a begun The adoption by the Gov ernment of the guillotine closure for the debate in the House of Com mons on Chancellor of the Exchequer LloydGeorges insurance bill for compulsory insurance of employes was the first shot in the great Par liamentary battle The Unionists had planned to obstruct the insur ance bill so as to compel the session to be continued over Christmas and imperil the home rule bill by forcing j curtailment of next years session Their scheme is now frustrated and t the Unionists are proportionately furiousEveryone admits that the Unionists have failed to stir up any serious opposition in Great Britain to the principle of home rule Their hopekk now Is that when the bill is produced Englishmen will be alarmed espe cially at its financial provisions They are now endeavoring to give life to that bogey Many forecasts of the home rule measure are being published but all are guesses The one thing certain is that tho Asquith Government has realized the folly of attempting to start home rule as an Insolvent concern and it Is expectedbthat the Irish exchequer will get at least fifteen millions with which to begin operations The finance pro visions will be the crux of the fight over the bill in the House If that Is surmounted the cries about perse cution of the Protestants andthe threatened revolt In UlslerjwlllBbpn n5e3ome1Edlsirric tPremier Asquith will himself in a troduce the bill early next March It will be found then that the meal ure will provide for a Parliament of two chambers In Dublin to be sub ject to the ultimate supremacy of the Imperial Parliament but to have an executive responsible to Itself Both chambers will be elective The upper ohamber will be elected on a higher franchise than the lowerii In the event of a disagreement the two houses will sit and vote together The bill will be so framed as to be virtually the first step to ward a Federal arrangement to bo extended later to England Scotland and Wales As the Imperial Parliament will retain supremacy over the acts of the Irish Parliament Irish members reduced in number to probably about fifty will continue to sit in the Imperial Parliament and Certain subjects will be withheld from the Irish Parliament such as cus toms excise army navy coinage religious endowment and the making of treaties with foreign powers Out side of these matters Ireland will have complete control of purely Irish affairs Already In Ireland the small faction of Nationalists who fol low William O Brlen and Timothy Healy demand that customs and ex vise shall be confided to the Irish Parliament though those subjects were expressly reserved to the Im perial Parliament In Gladstones bill and that reservation was accepted by ParnollThe Royal Irish Constabulary which has been so closely Identified with the worst phases of Englands administration of Ireland will be converted into a civil police force militaryforce that a certain proportion of them should be retained as imperial police under imperial control That will be strongly resented In Ireland where this constabulary more than any other department of the English Government Is regarded as convey ing the stigma of a subject race upon Irishmen There will bo express provisions safeguarding the liberties of Protestants The Nationalists will t agree to them though they regard such provisions as superfluous Two organizations have been formed by English Unionists to rouse the country against home rule Their speakers confine themselves almost wholly to charging Irish Catholics with resorting to religious persecution Every trivial incident that can be distorted into a national crime is being circulated But member qtrJ the Irish party are following in the wake of the Unionist speakers aD + exposing their fabrications Tbqs fight is bound to become very hot but present appearances point to the ultimate puageof AtKiulthn btll HURT BY FALL Detective Jack Bnrlrht owe of the most widely known member of thee local police department war pain wheat Seventh and Hfttoiit The dj t1ve was thrown upon his jeftj when hii etwnbad end for thought it war broken but ai atninatlenahowed the arm badly sprainedt A D ITp I =4 h KENTUOKY IRI8H A RIOAN r KENTUCKY IRISH fliERKHW Aevetedto Ute Seclal ud Moral HiuKcmtmtrt el Irish Aaerktw and CaflwHci Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Mea Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated wlillehere SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se BnUrtd at tha taaliyllU PottoMIe al ScoDdCl natter U4re all Coemlcatlesa te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dree SI UNION TRADES COUNCI- Ls LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1911 I DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator c OLLIE M JAMES t of Cribtenden For Governor JAME3 B llCREARY of Madison For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J MDERMOTT of Jofforsonf t Treasurertof Logan h For Auditor jf HENRY BOSWORTH of Fayette JFor Attorney General JAMES GARNETT of Adair d For Secretary of State f I C F Pendleton CRECELIUS- of Superintendent of Public In i iFor structlonn- ARiKSDALE HAMLETT of Christian For Commlssioaor of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN- of Woodford For Clerk of Court of Appeals- R L GREENE- of Bracken CITY AND COUNTY TICKET Judge Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery branch First dlvsion James Quarles STATE SENATOR Thirty seventh district Hit Huffaker REPRESENTATIVES Fortyfourth districtLuther C- Owings Fortyfifth district Charles H KnightFortysixth districtAdam Spahn Fortyseventh district W J Kuh Fortyeighth district Peter Let AthertonFortyninth district William A PerryFiftieth districtWilliam T Mc NallYF ftyflrst district Samuel L Robertson MAGISTRATE Seventh Magisterial district P T Sullivan CONSTABLE Fourth Magisterial district John J Sanders Fifth Magisterial district Will lam R Steltenkamp ALDERMEN- Dr John H Buschemeyer Fred Schwenker B J Campbell Jr Johnl U Clifford Joseph Overberg Fred J Leezer Samuel Leldigh J Will lam Miller R Guy Parker C W Schmitt James M Treasy George B Coder COUNCILMAN First ward William P Graves and John Neuhauser Second wardCharles Mann and William Karst Third wardPoJ Fleig and Will lam M Booher Fourth wardJerome King and Ben Schulman Fifth WardDaniel Coblens and T J Garvey Sixth wardJames Norton and Mike Leone Seventh wardThomas Lawrence and Edwin J Parker Eighth wardT J Morrow Jr and 8muel W Greene Ninth WardDaniel B Coleman andJ McDermott TaUt wardR D Thomas and AJ Stelger1- IIIe entkwardJ W Flood and CTFlnnegan Twemk wardB 0 Watson and Ben Sand PARK COMMISSIONERS Tred Levy Dr Walker B Gossett and Bea Jt Brumleve U e s qCHANKSGIVING wPreidWt Taft on Monday issued Ali iwtouttl Thanksgiving procUma on Wtlto Won ltlzens of the United stat a to celebrate Thursday November SO next as a day of- thenklRtring and prayer The pro claxnktlon ifchough brief touches upon A muaWr f1Jlpthecountry AM enjoyed ed eoacludt ae folioir 0JStrong iiq the MOM of our own t and lm plrd 1 as ftroog a b of the rfgtotii of oheve wt Hrt iDiioe and tanttoiqr iwitt UM Rich In the WicleU w i f abundant rfsoureM lrhear e unstinted bounty of Ood bM I endowed us we are unselfishly glad when other peoples pass onward to prosperity and peace That the great privileges we enjoy may continuo I and that each coming year may see our country more fIrmly established in the regard and esteem of our fellownations is the prayer that I should arise in every thankful heart YOUR DUTY Next Tuesday will be election day I and it is the duty of every citizen over twentyone years of age to to the polls and vote and vote goII straight Democratic ticket Our reason for this declaration is our for and the harm thatI elecItlonI the Governorship For months Judge ORear has been neglecting his duties as a member of the Court of Appeals I preferring to play common politics rather than serve the people who reposed their confidence in him as a man and high public official WhatI a contrast between him and opponentOn hisI other hand the Democratic party has placed in the Held a ticket upon which appears the names omen of worth of good repute of experience in public affairs able and honest and from their standing entitled to the confidence and sup port of the electors regardless of party The election of James B McCreary and the Democratic ticks will go far in promoting Kentuckys material interests and will also do much toward making the influence of the State far more powerful than It Is today Locally the Democratic party offers efficient and good government to the voters of Louisville through the men it has nominated The next Few years offer exceptionally great opportunities to the city In the way of Industrial and commercial growth and therefore men imbued with in tense desire to place Louisville fore most should be chosen as officials to do their part of the work Stamp under the rooster and let it go at that What a spectacle of bossism Judge ORear presents in this campaign Failing to perform his duty on the Appelate bench he threatens if elected to keep the Legislature in session continuously or until it does his bidding No other man ever a candidate for the high office of Chief Executive of a State assumed the authority of the legislative branch of government This alone should insure his defeat The Catholic Chronicle of Erie Is to be congratulated upon the excellence of its educational number Issued last week It consisted of four sections carefully edited and profusely Illustrated and typograph ically it was a splendid specimen of the printers art Especially gratlfy ing to the editors and owners was the amount of business placed in this number by Its promoters all of which was merited News that charges against Clint C McClarty former President of the First National Bank had been nolle prossed in the United States Court last Wednesday was received with rejoicing everywhere During all the litigation not one who knew him lost confidence in Mr McClarty With the public we tender congratu lations on his vindication The Rome Exhibition has beenI such a failure that its management wants it kept open til next spring In order that It may recoup its great losses To this the extilbtlng nations havo demurred and the Italians threaten that it their pavilions are closed before the awards are decided on they will receive no prizes I FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours Adoration will begin at St Philip Neri church Floyd and Woodbine tomorrow morning at the high mass These beautiful devotions will continue through Monday and Tuesday with sermoBs by some of the most eloquent priests in the city Father Askermann the pastor will be assisted by a number of the local clergy and has every arrangement perfected for a large attendance at all the services THEY LIKE IRELAND Lord and LdYPMIN she WM Vivian Gould of New okhllbeen yistrng again in Iretend Theys- erve rented a dtous near tk Our rafof Kllclare the water oMM bwt Iriw racing sad Lord Date Inlet 9 M raciflg stable tkr r SOCIETY lu inaMrs Elizabeth Burns of Clifton has been entertaining Mrs Kampton of Trenton N J Sirs Ella Dawson spent last week in Frankfort as the guest ol Mr and Mrs Nlc Sullivan Misses Lizzie and Mattle Field ot Crescent Hill have gone to Lexington to visit Mrs Henley Middleton Miss Irene Nicoulln of 2215 Griffith avenue was one of a party that visited Mammoth Cave last week Miss Alice Kltzero has returned to her home in Jeffersontown after a weeks visit with relatives in this city Merit ONeal left Saturday for Lexington to Join his wife who was visting her mother Mrs A A De Long Miss Kathryn Flahive is here from Sacramento Cal to visit her aunt Mrs Mary Flahive 715 Oldham street IMrs Emma Sullivan of Salem her daughter Mrs J E Hen thorne last week at her home in New Albany IMrs Fannie McDermott of Eliza bethtown spent last week in South Louisville as the guest of her niece Mrs Roy Neighbors IMr and Mrs Joseph Nold Jr have returned from their wedding trip to Chicago and will live at 1610 East Main street New Albany IMarrlage licenses were issued Tuesday to James E Welsh and Llzette W Andy James H Dally and Annie Culllvan and William A Con naughton and Edith E Quinlan I Miss Margaret Malone who last I week attended her class reunion at the Ursuline College in Drown county Ohio was this week the guest of Mips Ethel Foraker in Cincinnati I IIMr and Mirs Louis E Stein an ni unco the engagement of their at- tractiveI and accomplished daughter I Miss Irma Stein to Carl P Bach mann The wedding will take plac December 5 I IMiss I Elizabeth McManus gave a kitchen shower at her home at U31 Culbertson avenue New Albany last night in honor of Miss Kittle Cannon who will be married to Ernest Huber of Louisville I IMr and Mrs J L Rehm of the Highlands have gone to spend sev oral months in Ashevllle N C Dur Jng their stay their two sons Rober and William Rehm will be with relatives in Seymour Ind I Mr and Mrs James McLaughlin of New Albany have announced the engagement of their daughter bits Winifred McLaughlin and Bernard G Miller of Jeffersonville The mar riage will take place some time this monthMiss I Anna Purcell who Came here from Colorado Springs to attend thet wedding of Miss May McCarthy and Dennis Ryan has been visiting iIn Chicago She will spend next week Kansas City and return home abou November 15 I Miss Ruth OConnor who has been visiting her cousins Misses Florence OConnor and Rut OReilly In Indianapolis was the honor guest at a delightful entertain ment Monday night fit the home of Miss OConnor j Charles Niehoff and bride who was Miss Lillie Moore have returned from their wedding trip spent with relatives at Tell City Ind They were married last week by the Rev Father Fitzgerald at St Leos church Highland Park I IMr and Mrs Frank Nolan who were married October 27 at St Charles Boromeo church have taken a Hat In Oakdale Terrace Mrs Nolan was Miss Marie Brennan They spent their honeymoon visiting Mr Nolans relatives in Dakota T P OConnor of LondonI IMrs wife of the noted Irish Parliamentary leader who has been with Misses Barbour and Preston Bruce for two weeks went out tc I WInkworth Wednesday to be the guest of her daughter Mrs Frances Howard of London until Monday I A wedding of much Interest In South Louisville will be that of Miss I Katherine Wallace and Zoeller Tehan which will be solemnized by Rev John OConnor at Holy Name church November 23 Friends of the bride have given a number of showers In her honor Miss Alice Shelley entertained Tuesday evening with a Halloween ghost party that was greatly enjoyed Those present were Misses Jessie Mauck June Olmstead Anna M Hoben Mamie Darlington Ethel Mauck Marguerite Alberts Tillle Klein Aline Shelley Messrs Will Lambertus Emel Schochamann Bernard Henley Lawrence French Ernest McCallister Luclen Harris Richard Shelley and James Shelley Mr and Mrs J J DrJscoll who were married recently entertained With a house warming reception last Monday evening at their home 1206 Benton avenue Those present were Misses Mary G Ridge Eva Walter Katie Drlsooll Bessie Donahue Mainie Henneeey Messrs Al Herr mann Cliff Murray Sam Coggeahall John M Harry S and William Hen nosey and M and Mrs John J Barry iMr and Mrs G Trawter and Mrs Guy Ostermanq i ASSOCIATED CHAR Ata meeting WAdaeadVy et the Associated Charities brjfcouisyjllej two prominent tlMMjudM Matt IDoiraty end ire GWWUeJ rers oect nmabeft r the Board of DJrwtor I a a QUARLES O His Long Legal Experience Fits Him For Chancery Bench Regard For Rights of the In dividual as Well as ol Interests Enjoys Confidence and Respect of Both the Bar and Public1 HIS SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE James Quarles the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court Chancery branch is one of the most prominent members of the Jefferson county bar and has had an extensivel experience in court work having devoted the past fit teen years to the exclusive practice of his profession in Louisville Judge Quarles has earned the confidence i and respect of not only the mom bers of the bar who are giving him their hearty support but of theI great mass of our citizens and all those who favor a nonpartisan Judiciary which should Insure his election by a majority of over 5000 j He has always taken a quiet but I effective part In social civic and charitable movements and will bring I to the bench a record without a I flaw For these reasons men with progressive Ideas with convictions and thb courago of them are urged to vote for James Quarles With him elected to the bench we will II have a modern and nonpartisan court one with progressive Ideas I which will have regard for the rights I I of the indlvdual as well as of the Interests which will consider the claims of the people as sacred as theI claims of property That Judge Quarles possesses every element neeI essary for the high position Is I evidenced by his speech of accept ance asfol1ows- Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Convention When for the first I I time a man puts himself In the way of entering public life he takes a very serious step I stood at that point on the twelfth day of last January when in response to a most gratifying call of my fellowmembers of the bar th6se who have been In the best position to take my measure as a man and as a lawyerIan nounced myself through the press a I candidate for the office of Judge of the First division of the Chancery branch of the Jefferson Circuit Court I was impressed then and am even more so now with the mo mentous nature of such a declara tion for it is one thing to enjoy the confidence and good opinion of ones friends and neighbors and fellow workmen but It Is a very different and a much larger thing to ask the entire community to repose a like confidence The one Is based on knowledge while the other must necessarily rest on faith almost whollyAs I said upon a former occasion in my humble opinion the functions discharged by a Judge transcend In Importance to the people those of any other officer under the law There is no right public or private col lective or individual that may not become the subject of judicial in quiry and judicial determination and upon the fitness of the human agent to whom Is committed the power and the responsibility of pass ing upon that right depends the de gree of exactness with which Justice Will be dispensed And justice be tween man and man should be the chief concern of civil government Kattrlalnlng these views regarding fehs Importance and responsibility of a judgeshlp it is hardly necessary for ime to add that I am sensible that a signal honor bM been done me by you 1 in nominating me as the eandl date of the Democratic party forjtks offlee mentioned I aoeeptthat aom- Ination iritlt a sleep idling of apP u ciatioa and for it tender you myI sincere and very earnest thanks May I say one or two other things very briefly One Is to ex press in this public way my heart felt thanks to my brethren of the bar for their unspeakable kindness in commending me to your confi dence and to the confidence of the people of this great city and county For this mark of their esteem I am deeply and I trust humbly grateful The other word I wish to say Is What while I am and have always been a Democrat and while I glory in the splendid service my party has rendered the country in the past and in the yet moro valuable service It is to perform In the future and for the very reason that I am a Democrat and because I realize that the honor and good name of my party is in a measure committed to my keeping if elected to this extremely important office I shall in the discharge of my duties know no distinction of political parties of religious creeds of employer or employe of color of rich or poor or aught else unworthy of the high office but by the help of God my sole aim and effort shall be in the words of the oath to ad minister justice without respect to persons and do equal right to the poor and to the rich and to faith fully and impartially discharge all the duties Incumbent upon me as Judge according to the best of my abilitiesAnd now let us gird ourselves for valiant service in the Impending battle A myriad memories of great and good men stir our fealty and quicken our zeal while the splendid work of a Democratic House of Rep resentatives In the nation and the equally splendid record of a Democratic administration under the lead ership of Mayor Head in our own beloved city challenge our pride and inspire our fullest energies And let us never forget that we are sol diers and not bushwhackers that we are regulars and not guerillas that we fight courageously and determinedly but never un fairly and when the smoke of the conflict is passed well rejoice In a sweeping victory honorably won RECENT DEATHS Tuesday morning the remains ot Mrs Josephine Hildebrand wife of Michael Hildebrand 1123 South Shelby street were laid to rest after impressive funeral services at St Vincent de Paulschurch The deceased was twentynine years old and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Bockman Three children and several brothers and sisters sur vive her Advanced In years and loved by all who knew her Mrs William P Stultz one of the most widely known residents of Portland succumbed Monday to the Infirmities otoldage Her funeral took place Wednesday when many friends and relatives accompanied the remains to their last resting place Besides her husband six children survive her They are Robert L Stultz a letter carrier Joseph H Stultz George L Stultz Mrs AM Ru6ker and Mrs Stultz all of Louisville and Charles J Stultz of Brunswick Md Again has the angel of death vis- Ited St Maryai parish and removed from it one of its oldest and most beloved members Mrs Jacob F Miller of 1524 West Madison street Mrs Miller wAs of an amia ble and charitable disposition which won for her a wide circle of friends Besides being an obliging neighbor she was a kind and loving mother and devoted wife The funeral took place Monday morning from St Marys where solemn requiem mass was celebrated by Rev Father Westermann Surviving her besides the husband are two daugh ters Misses Callle and Mamie 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given the members initiated at Falls City Hall The annual county convention at Dunkirk N Y showed the order to be in splendid standing in Chau tauqua county State President Callan and Prof M G Rohan witnessed the initatlon of a class of twentyfive Wednesday night At Janesvllle Wis Whon the charter of Division 18 the last organized In Springfield Mass closed a few weeks ago there were 112 names on the list In celebration of the seventyfifth anniversary the degrees were con ferred on a class of 150 new members at Buffalo last week Division 1w1l1 meet Tuesday night and President Murphy prom- Ises to finish the business early A large attendance is expected Con Ford requests all the mem bers of Division 2 to be on hand ftext Wednesday night They will be Interested In the business to be transacted protestNof the Western World in that city as it is grossly mlsrepresntative of Irish life and sentiment The Hibernians of Olean initiated a class of fifty last Sunday week A degree team came from Buffalo for the occasion and Patrick J Haltlgan delivered a stirring address The St Paul divisions and aux llarles have been holding all manner of entertainments in the Interests of their candidates in the popularity contest at next weeks bazar The anniversary of the Manchester martyrs Allen Larkin and OBrien which occurs November 23 will be appropriately observed by divisions everywhere throughout the country The National Board authorized National Vice President McLaughlin of Philadelphia to confer with the county and division officers at Aus tin and through them make a dona tion of 2500 to the stricken town Wednesday the Ladles Auxiliary will meet at Falls City Hall Some reports will be submitted that are calculated to be a pleasant surprise- It Is Intimated that the County Board will have a county Initiation before the end of the Jubilee year The Hibernians of St Paul will open their bazar Monday night Groat Interest has been aroused in the con tests for the most popular lady and gentleman members of the order in Ramsey county The big prize will be the 1500 touring car for which tickets have been sold throughout the State ABLE PRIEST SICK News was received in Louisville Catholic circles Wednesday of the serious Illness of Father Thomas J Hayes at his home In Bowling Green Father Hayes is one of the best known priests In this section of the State Many will be the prayers and hopes for his recovery EUCHRE AND LOTTO Friends of St Augustines new church for colored people at Thirteenth and Broadway of which Rev Francis Felten Is the energetic and faithful pastor announce a euchre and lotto for the benefit of the church fund on the afternoons and evenings of November 16 and 17 The games will begin at 230 and 8 oclock when many nice prizes will be awarded Tickets will be only twentyfive cents and will entitle those who do not play to sup per Wednesday afternoon and even ing there will be a chicken dinner and say vemember that the colored women of St Augustines know how to prepare the chicken- NOVEMBER PROGRAMME John P Cassilly Chairman of the Library Committee of the local coun ell Knights of Columbus has arranged the following series of talks for the rest of the Wednesday night meetings in this month November 8 address Rev C P Raffo November IB Irish Poets Matt ODoherty November 22 The Jesuits as Auth ors H D Redman November 29 Immortality of the SouV P M OReilly A reception and dance for the members and their ladies will be given at the club house on Fri day November 17 and on Sunday November 19 a class will be Initiated STATUES TO BE BLESSED On St Cecilias day the four now statues at St Cecilias church will be blessed This new church is gradually being very much beauti fled Of the twelve stained glass COmpletionfourthe way and the remaining four are still to be donated The pastor the Rev A J Brady hopes in a short tine to have the Interior finished according to the original plant AVENUE THEATER Tie Girl of the Struts the ave flue Theaters offering for next week Jc the tory of the struggle of a ttr44 hofnthe offert 1 Jcaeoudofa amostaturalorktraitedTile IsoenlOeggtpmntIs quire a good eaat and tote has burlprovided a s J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IYe- DIVISION li Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday President William Murphy Vice Prealdent Anthony Tomp kins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Thomaa P Lawle- rSergeantatArmsLouis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets first and third Wednesdays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Wal nut street- sPresidentc J Ford Vice President Ernest Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreasurerJamea Welsh SergeantatArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets FlraC and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portland President D J Coleman Vice President Hugh Hourlgan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFinancial SecretaryJ G Hes sionTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames Stevens Sentinel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretayThomas J LanganTrasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal laghanSenUnelAi J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday- At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresldentJohn G Cole Vice President J E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Mc Grody Financial SecretaryJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll SergcantatArms Michael Gar ritySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal MJebaol Noon yzo 1U Ir MACKIN COUNCIL 206 Meots Monday Evenings at Club House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretaryR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryE B DillonTrcaaurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P AndrloU Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart 40TsERS tIt 10AshleyI had very severe Nervousnes could onlY sleep two nIghts In a weeK and scarcely walk Life was a burden to me as I had no appetite at all A friend recommended Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo and the third dose of It relieved me Mr Charles Erwin took onehalf bottle for nervous headache of about 14 years standing and It troubled with Nervousness of this itMrsErwin FREE 1bt1Ic tamnydoctortheNervetodayInlifehadNerveTonic A valuable look on Nor patentsandBamplebottle iiWAIloj KOENIG MED CO Chicago III toe Lake Street Sold by Dranlit at SI per Bottle 6 for 96 LarK 3Ut 171 8 Bottle for 18 MOTION PICTURES Day by day the audiences at the Casino and Orplieum picture houses are Increasing and the effort of the Princess Amusement Company to give the better class of moving pic tures is evidently meeting with results With tho introduction of three new films each day and the ad mission reduced to five cents they ire the favorite places for picture lovers HOPKINS THEATER Another big vaudevlle bill will be given to tits patrons of the Hopkins Theater next week The programme Isdiver1f1edand the musical farces talking and singing acts tuneful musk and funny skits provoke mer riment that iis almost continuous The latest moving pictures finish one of the but bllla of the season CONDITION IMPROVING Former CoontHnaa Patrick Tracer 44 tfatferwnrille taw re turned Worn Whiting Tad where aa was called on acteoont of fM lltoew of1Mnproved t 111 Frt IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Hvdnts Culled From Exchange The death of Thomas McGrath at Tulla Is much regretted The death occurred at Kllmallock of the Rev D OShea to the deep regret of the parishioners Dr N O1 Kelly has been unanimously elected Medical Officer of the Portumna Dispensary district Mrs James J OCrowley las been elected architect and Inspector of cottages to Clonakilty Rural District CouncilThomas Rooney of Athenry has been coopted a member of the Gal- way Rural Council for Stradbally divisionThe death Is announced of R F Maginnis at Newry He was in his sixtyfourth year and was much respected in the community At Ballybrophy railway station all the men who were out on strike with the exception of the head porter and a ticket checker have been re InstatedThe body of Patrick Kerin fifty years of age a small farmer living at Rathmore County Kerry was discovered hanglng on a tree He leaves five children The death has occurred at St Helens Lancashire of the Rev John Sheehan of Dingle He had served In the mission in Dromln Pities and other Kerry parishes William Fitzgerald High Sheriff of the city of Waterford was co opted a member of the Waterford Board of Guardians There was only one other candidate proposed Miss Elizabeth White A fisherman named John Connors of Wexford is believed to have been drowned He went line fishing alone In Wexford harbor and on the fol lowing morning was found floating off the dockyard A vigilance committee has been formed in Limerick under the di rection of the local clergy with aview to preventing the sale of pernicious literature The agitation refers to the sale of certain English Sunday papers By fourteen to nine Carrlckon Sulr Guardians decided that the superannuation allowance of Mrs rummlns who recently resigned the matronship of the workhouse after fortyseven years service should be 200 per annum The funeral took place recently at Castlebar of James Faulkner Whose death occurred at the age of ninety six years He was one of the largest merchants In the West and did much to improve the condition of the people of his native town MaryDorothyKilkonnyDeceased goldenjubileeago She was In Kilkenny at the conventnearly DIES AWAY FROM HOME There was widespread gloom In Paducah following the news on Wednesday of the death of FrankB Donovan which occurred at lingeringillnesstwentythree years of age and the son of Capt John T Donovan gen eral freight and passenger agent of atPaducah allhobecame 111 while attending law school In this city going to New hishealthville people extend their heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved parents CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet next Friday night In regular monthly session at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets This promises to be one of the most In longtimequestionseverybranchmade a special order it Is the duty seethatrepresented SHUBERT MASONIC Five acts make up the emotional play called Two Women In which atthealtogetherTwo thebestsince she exhausted the possibilities of Du Barry and It servos well to give audiences her measure as an emotional actress Such was tho suc cess of this play that last winter Mrs Carter appeared in six different theaters In Greater New York ALUMNAE MEETING The regular monthly meeting of Holy Rosary Alumnae will be held atHolyavenue These meetings are ren lectures other feature is the question box which has proved very successful OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS J It IB expected that the off al doe gDsMolnl pleatingifandoCthIWU1beHJda leettelikely that the meetlnga I of the Bishops of the province 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5TEAMandHOTWArER HEATING Dont Build Wltiwut St+ltif M Resit Phone 7846- dl 1 J INIGDTS OF COUHUHBi Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The third degree was exemplified Tuesday night for a large class at DenverNiagara Falls Knights will exemplify the first degree the latter part of the month St Louis Knights are planning for an elaborate parade next year on Columbus day Last Sunday a newt council was in stituted at Albert Lea Minn when a class of sixty was initiated Of the seventysix members ot Austin Pa fifteen have lost their homes by the awful dam disaster State Secretary Warburton re ports that the order had 3143 mem bers in Rhode Island on Octoberl Arrangements are being made for the exemplification of the third de gree for a large class at Minneapolis on Thanksgiving day Tuesday was Thanksgiving day in Canada It was observed In St Catherines by the conferring of the second and third degrees For the second time the fourth was last Sunday week conferred at Utica N Y a class of sevntyfive receiving the degree The heroine of the broken dam disaster at Austin Pa Miss Lyons Is the daughter of Grand Knight T F Lyons who lost his home Little Rock hopes to have the fourth degree exempllfed for a large class there February 22 Fort Smith Ark and Muskogee Okla are also after the honor A splendid organization to be known as the Auxiliary to the Knights of Columbus the object be ing for social and benevolent pur poses was formed last week at Little Rock Ark Mrs Edward OBrien was elected President CONRAD SCHAEFER Conrad Schaefer aged twenty three son of Mrs John Flahive 740 South Twentythird street and aI popular and highly respected mem ber of Mackin Council died Satur day night at the home of his mother after an Illness of several months Last week it was thought he would recover but Saturday afternoon there was a change and he sank rapidly passing away at 7 oclock The high esteem in which he was held was attested by the large at tendance at the funeral which took place Tuesday morning from St Charles church WELFARE OF CHILDREN Declaring that the child welfare problem is one the United States Government should take up Judge Lindsey of Denver says there are born every year In our country more than 2000000 children and 100000 annually are brought Into the courts as dependent and delinquent The Government spends annually millions of dollars investigating the diseases of animals If we had a somewhat analogous bureau dealing with the welfare of the child life of the na tion It would be doing no more for them than we are doing for cattle and hogs The various actlvtles that have grown out of the cry of back to the soil to promote the pleasure advantages and opportu nities of farm life have not checked the onward march to the cities Unless some new and unexpected change shall come It is reasonable to assume that the next generation will find more than half the children of this country In cities These are forceful utterances and come from one who has given the subject deep study One of the greatest necessi ties of the present age Is a religious training for the youth of the country Parents who thus safeguard their children need have but little fears of their becoming either public dependents or delinquents FAMOUS IRISH WRITER Justin McCarthy the famous Irish statesman historian and novelist wll round out eightyone years of a useful life on November 21 next Mr McCarthy who has long been re garded as one of the foremost living men of letters was born in Cork in 1830 and at an early age began his career as a reporter in the gallery of the House of Commons He Is re garded as the greatest novelist Ire land has produced since Charles Lever but the work by which he will be longest remembered Is hlsHis tory of Our Own Times Mr McCarthy Is In good health and con tinues actively at work FOR WOMANS EYE Fancy rope girdles are high In fashionBlack velvet ribbons are much used for trimming Many Marge velvet hats with turned up brims are seen Many Jackets of serge cheviot and corduroy show the belted effect The new horn buttons rimmed in Contrasting color come in a variety of combinations Machine stitching Is popular on skirts and coat suits of cheviot and English suitings Fur is used more extensively than ever to trim dresses intended to wear without a wrap An Important fashion phase Is the Idea of matching hat gowns muff handbag scarf and shoes Paris has elected the high flat simply trimmed hat of black velvet as the reigning favorite of the seasonCharmeuse continues to be the fashionable fabric for afternoon wear The favorite trimming Is- sn fringe S APPLE SNOW Boll about five apples to a pulp sweetening to tafieVhenooolplace 1In a large bowl together with opqlemont the niJpture bolt thirty minutes with w eggbeater The result ta three ame the mount you star- tedwlthi0 JMwnre iea Wapleb d MY BEADS f A Thought for tlie Youth of October Sweet blessed beads I would not part With one of you for richest gem That gleams In Singly diadem Ye know the history of my heart For I have told you every grief In all the days of twenty years And I have moistened you with tears And In your decades found relief Ah time has fled and friends have failed And joys have died but in my needs Ye were my friends my blessed beads And ye consoled me when I walled For many and many a time in grief My weary fingers wandered round Thy circled chain and always found In some Hail Mary sweet relief How many a story you might tell Of inner life to all unknown I trusted you and you alone But ahl ye keep my secrets well Ye are the only chain I wear A sign that I am but the slave In life In death beyond the grave Of Jesus and His Mother fair- Father Ryan TilE ROSARY Telling a story through which runs a virile religious sentiment that is hearttouching and yet is not of the nature to bring offense The Rosary the play of Edward E Roses which proved such a big suc cess last season is repeating this year with added brilliancy While the central figure is that of a Cath olic priest the character is so drawn that the question of sectarianism is not in any way involved Rev Father Brian Kelly is presented as a man of God whose greatest thought is the good he can do for his fellowman of whatever creed or of no creed and Frank Kilday who fills the character seems to have caught the authors inspiration in his con ception of the role as the audiences at the Walnutstreet Theater will see when the production is presented next week He plays a keen Irish sense of humor and good will as a foil to his priestly calling and thus Is able to solve the depths of a domestic tragedy and restore happi ness to a home that is near destruc adesigningbecause another has won the woman thelovingplots the wrecking of the fortunes of believeshim thetangleperfecting nessed by everybody as well as enjoyed The cast chosen for tho MrKlidayIlssHelenEugeneDautellwithout exception and the scenic beautiful MICHAEL J RYAN whIchtheHonMichaeltheUnltedshown by the remarkable unanimity incbooslngblmcity solicitor Mr Ryan Is an able and conscientious lawyer and holds an honored place Jin the affections of the Irish people of Philadelphia and In the hearts of many others through out the country who have had the pleasure of meeting him TI1RKEYSPLENTIFUL A newspAper dispatch from Glai gawHy The turkey crop JH South ern Kentucky is said to be larger this year than for many years and unless all signs flaIl the humblest homes can enjoy the Thanksgiving turkey One reM U the continued dry weather this u merIJbleh is eat eeially fit i Towleiwelllfedr- Ir 5 y J ltee 1 many of whom bad disposed of their stock on account of the scarcity of presenthigh bethemenu BREAKS RECORD Matt McGrath of the Irish A C threw the sixteenpound hammer 187 feet four inches at Celtic Park thus byJohnGraths now record it Is believed will be accepted by the A A U CANADIAN CENSUS The completion of Canadabs fifth census began ln June will show a total population considerably under 8000000 according to unofficial calculations Toronto and Montreal have made the largest gains iln pop ulation IT WAS DISGUISED ALL RIGHT A young lady came into a drug store and asked the clerk if it were possible to disguise castor oil Its horrid stuff to take you know Ugh said the lady with a shudder Why certainly saldvthe clerk and Just then as another young lady was taking some soda water he asked her if she would have some too After drinking it the young lady lingered a moment and finally observed Now tell me sir how you would disguise castor oil Why madam I just gave you rome My gracious me exclaimed the young lady I wanted it for my sis ter CHURCHES THRONGED The Catholic churches of the city were thronged at the services on both All Saints and All Souls days and pastors were all pleased with the religious spirit exhibited by their people FAMiLY FUN Ask a friend to write down any number of three figures the last fig uro of which is elss than the first Get your friend to 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